QuiltMania on stands Soon

Mon dieu! Quelle chose marveilleuse! QuiltMania is a French magazine that is printed in both French and English. They asked me if I they could feature my Wonky Houses pattern—a thrill and an honor. I also created for them a variation of my Wonky Little Houses pattern pillow called Les Deux Petites Maisons (Two Little Houses). I am excited and honored to see my pattern in its pages. There are some adorable projects inside that I can’t wait to create. read more

STITCH Magazine, Spring 2012

The new Stitch magazine is out and it looks great! I have a project in this issue called everyday containers—super simple fabric buckets, made using oilcloth! (See an earlier post about a total mathematical/emotional meltdown trying to make fabric buckets long ago here.)  You can store things in them that you wouldn’t normally want to put in a fabric bucket—diaper cream, makeup, Legos, crudités, anything. The laminated cotton makes them wipeable and resistant. I used Kate Spain’s Central Park Metro in two colorways for the oilcloth lining. read more

STUDIOS Magazine!

Hoot! I am featured in the Winter 2011 issue of STUDIOS Magazine. As usual, the McNamara‘s took amazing pictures of the studio. My mom and husband helped me organize my studio and I made a new friend—the incredible new editor of STUDIOS, Linda Blinn. She is a wonderful, caring woman with a keen eye for the artful and we enjoyed our dialogue so much that neither of us wanted it to end. Her vision for the magazine is strong and clear and distinctly new for STUDIOS. You won’t believe the incredible spaces featured in this issue—a chocolate factory, a former church, a tiny Parisian attic, a contemporary Mexican loft rising from a hillside, and then my little studio—which is just fine for me and my family but not anything fancy. Anna Maria Horner’s sweet new studio is featured on the cover. You can get your hands on a copy anywhere—Barnes & Noble, quilt shops, or any crafty place or bookstore. Pretty neato. read more